Women have, also together with men. over centuries fought for equality for men and women.
Modern feminism has taken a turn which seems to have little to do for equality between men and women.
Among women, some of the strongest support for feminism was found in Sweden, where one in three (36%) agreed very much that they defined themselves as feminists. They were followed by women in Italy (31%) and Argentina (29%). Those in the middle of the ranking were from Great Britain (22%), Spain (22%), United States (20%), Australia (18%), Belgium (18%), France (18%), Canada (17%), Poland (17%), and Hungary (15%). Women least likely to agree very much were from Japan (8%), Germany (7%) and South Korea (7%).
Being Swedish I can tell you that mostly it is pointed out all the areas where
women are less equal than men. Forgotten in all the discussions are all the
areas where men have it worse than women.
Men get involved in aggresiv attacks four times more often than women.
Women live longer, survive longer after being in hospital, usually have better grades in school. The list is long. Are less lonesome in old age.
Feminism cannot be equated with equality.